On the one-year anniversary of 2018’s Game of the Year – God of War – Sony announced an upcoming documentary that follows the creation of the game.
The documentary titled, Raising Kratos, was announced in a trailer featuring game director for God of War, Cory Barlog; the team at Santa Monica Studio; along with the actors who portrayed the main characters in the game, such as Kratos, Atreus, and Freya.
“It’s only fitting on the one-year Anniversary, we’re excited to share this peak behind the curtain of God of War’s very own Santa Monica Studio with a trailer for our upcoming film, Raising Kratos,” a post on the PlayStation blog said. “This full-length feature documentary, coming very soon to PlayStation YouTube, is an exploration into the massive undertaking it took to change the course of the God of War franchise.”
Raising Kratos is said to detail the 400 hours of footage and three years of production it took to create what ended up being an award-winning game that transformed the series forever.
Barlog recently confirmed there are no DLC’s planned for God of War, as he previously told IGN that his ideas would have taken too long to create, but to expect more anniversary content – such as what we know now as Raising Kratos.
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